Scene clips for April 24 |

Scene clips for April 24


Donations for the Annual Community Garage and Bake Sale

Donations are needed for the upcoming annual community garage and bake sale that will take place at the Park City Community Church on Saturday, May 4. Donations will be accepted at the church, between Wednesday, May 1, and Friday, May 3. Everything from clothing, toys, kitchenware, baby gear and furniture will be accepted. For more information, contact Whitney Kozlowski at (435) 729-9245 or by email at .

Sustainability in the Outdoor Industry

The Swaner EcoCenter and Preserve, 1258 Center Dr. at Kimball Junction, will host an evening of discussion presented by speakers Black Diamond Equipment CEO Peter Metcalf and Black Diamond Vice President of Engineering Support Services Jeff Nash on Wednesday, April 24. Nash will discuss the outdoor industry’s efforts to be sustainable. Metcalf will focus on open space and public lands, as well as the industry’s stance on this front. The event, which free and open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m. To RSVP, call (435) 649-1767 or e-mail .

50 Years of PCMR Skiing, Share the Memories

The Park City Museum, 528 Main St., will host a "Show and Tell" event on Thursday, April 25 from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. The night will feature food, drinks and the public reminiscing about the last 50 years of skiing at Park City Mountain Resort. Attendees are encouraged to bring stories and items to share with fellow Park City skiers/ The Museum will gather ideas to use in and upcoming exhibit, and will host a contest for who has the oldest skis and the oldest PCMR season’s pass. For more information, visit .

Park City Film Series: ‘Bidder 70’

The Park City Film Series will present Beth and George Gage’s "Bidder," rated not rated, through Sunday, April 28, at the Jim Santy Auditorium at the Park City Library and Education Center, 1255 Park Ave. The Friday and Saturday screenings will begin at 8 p.m. Sunday’s screening will start at 6 p.m. "Bidder 70" is the story of Tim DeChristopher who disrupted a controversial Bureau of Land Management oil and gas leasing auction in 2008 when he bid $1.7 million to win 22,000 acres of land in Utah to prevent drilling. DeChristopher was convicted and sentenced to two years in prison for this act of civil disobedience. The film is a personal story surrounded by a wider context of citizen action, our history of peaceful civil disobedience, and grassroots environmental movements demanding government and industry accountability. General admission tickets are $7 for adults and $6 for students and senior citizens. For more information, visit .


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